AMONGST all this confusion, the Sistine Chapel is finally starting to make sense. I began tackling the Mandela Effect a great many years ago now, ruminating over the implications of it all, and only recently have I felt as though I’m able to grasp some of the deeper implications at play. As another reminder, nothing is cookie cutter about the ME—nothing at all. And so, that being said, there are rumors afloat that the changes are flipping back to their original form. Some of them anyways. The Sistine Chapel seems as good a contender as any if you ask my opinion about it. Oh, ‘The Creation of Adam’ most certainly looked different at one time. No denying that. It’s all wrong now. Adam’s hand should be reaching up to the Creator and vice versa for Yahuah Elohiym. He should be reaching down. The way Michelangelo’s painting works out now is that Adam’s is slightly above God, and his fingers look, well, flimsy for lack of a better word. It’s all wrong in that Elohiym should be reaching down to man, as my memory serves me, but as I was trying to tell you, I wouldn’t be in the least bit surprised if the Mandela Effect is getting it right. Allow me to explain. You can read all about it in my ever growing Mandela Effect paper, via the PDF below.

PDF [Update]: The Mandela Effect

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